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. gary lane asked joel about his new book, as well as iran's real-life christians and the trials they face. >> what about the christians there, and what is happening to them? >> one of the things i wanted to do with the book is sort of highlight that there are muslims coming to faith in jesus christ, but under extraordinary circumstances. but it is not fictctn. it is real. and what pastor abedini's story tells us is that this is a very serious crackdown that the iranian regime is making, not just on christians generally, but they're trying to crack down primarily on the pastors, believing if they could crack this system of house churches, that they'll be able to rip up and destroy these networks and sort of crush christianity. but the lord is showing the people of iran that shi'a radical islam in its purest form is not the answer. it is creating the perfect storm of conditions for muslims to look elsewhere for hope, for truth, and many are coming to christ as a result. the lord never tells us to pray that people aren't persecuted, although i do pray that, but the main thing is to
before gospel. al-qaeda is on the rise in north africa. in the bull's eye is country of mali. gary lane traveled to the town of diaboli. >> reporter: for more than a fight in mali. 75-year-old villager describes how rebel gun fire frightened him. he has never sxeerns ee ee eed experienced such terror. >> they started selling drugs. >> and train them to be good drug dealers. something? >> cut off their hands, no. that is not koranic law >> reporter: when the french thankful. they have traumatic stories to tell. this man says they beat him and carried him away on sticks like meat. rebels shot and killed his younger brother. they showed us the storage room where h h b buried him. his family still mourns including the young children will not grow up without a father. these two girls remember younger brother amadu. happened. >> [ foreign speaking ] at 6:30 a.m. after breakfast, gun fire, then grenades smashed through our fence shattered the bathroom door. amadu was sleeping. >> this is what is left of the rocket. it came through and shrapnel killed the little boy. diamonds can't replace his
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